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Some messages are diverted to a special folder "filtered requests" in the "Message Requests" inbox.
Facebook only notifies you if it senses you might know the sender, everything else is assumed to be spam.
So this leaves us with Whats App and Signal — the only two applications to use the Signal Protocol by default for all messages sent*.
You may be asking — why not stick with Whats App then?
Telegram was the subject to a lot of controversies over its encryption protocol.
Then in 2015, a security researcher published a research paper detailing theoretical weaknesses* in MTProto and concluded that Telegram shouldn’t have tried to roll their own encryption.
Reading the above, you might think you are fine since Whats App, Facebook Messenger, and Google Allo also use the Signal Protocol. Facebook Messenger and Google Allo don’t enable end-to-end encryption by default.
Messages will only be kept secret if both users have the updated versions.
"We've heard from you that there are times when you want additional safeguards -- perhaps when discussing private information like an illness or a health issue with trusted friends and family, or sending financial information to an accountant," the company said earlier this year.
Although the public fight between Apple and the FBI over encryption may be over, it continues to impact the way tech companies prioritize users' data security.
As a result, more feuds between law enforcement and Silicon Valley firms may arise in the future -- similar to the recent controversy over accessing Whats App's data in a criminal case in Brazil.